Reincarnation Paradise


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Su Xiao is a cold-blooded teenager who’s seeking vengeance for the death of his family, yet things ended up badly for him.

As he was taking his last breaths, he heard a voice calling him from dimensions, it was a strange system reaching him, asking him if he wanted to be saved, to be Reincarnated.

He just needed to accept a contract, Su Xiao didn’t have any choice but to do so, but he didn’t know what he signed up for!!

Traveling through worlds, doing extremely dangerous missions, collecting special items, leveling up, and even killing Protagonists…

But Su Xiao wasn’t any ordinary Contractor, Su Xiao was a Hunter!

The MC crosses over to: One Piece, Tokyo Ghoul, Naruto, Fullmetal Alchemist, Attack on Titans…

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Sword of The Fake Monarch
Sword of The Fake Monarch rated it
October 22, 2018
Status: c42
Believe it or not, this is actually good. So far, that is. The protagonist has a consistent personality that is like Leylin's from WMW. You can feel the struggle and fairly intelligent deciscions are made. The author did a really good job bringing out a real feeling from the anime World and characters. This is more like terror infinity with anime worlds. Also, the protagonist is mainly a swordsman which is a plus for me.
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cute bird of sadness
cute bird of sadness rated it
April 4, 2019
Status: c1150
I've dropped this 2 times out of boredom and am about to drop this a third time right now.

But it's just so long that I know that I will come back to read it again later when I forget how boring it is just so that I can pass time reading it.

... more>>

Hmm, where to start.

Basically, the MC is a machine.

The guy has almost no feelings except negative ones.

He has no cool power or strenght or something like that, he's just a somewhat cold guy with a cool inheritance that isn't really that powerful to be honest.

I also do not like the reincarnation paradise and the way it works.

I would prefer if the MC worked alone in every world.

Having a bunch of nobodies that no one knows or cares about to go with him to a world just to serve as cannon fodder, mysterious people, or annoying enemies to make things harder for the MC just makes me feel irritated.

It feels like it would be better if the MC did everything alone, like the loner he already is.

Of course, that wouldn't make sense with the plot so that's just my personal preference.

Also there's also the fact that the MC has basically no friends, and no connections at all.

Well, he may have connections but mostly it's just a relationship where they use each other.

Basically, there's not much emotion around the MC.

It's just getting stronger and stronger with the occasional enemy here and there.

Not very interesting.

Also the MC isn't even cool, he just has lame moves like swordsmanship and alchemy bombs.

It's super lame stuff.


I don't recommend this unless you have nothing to read most of the time like me. <<less
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Putrangos rated it
May 15, 2019
Status: c134
Edgy MC in the infinity genre, why is this feels so generic.

Well the story and fights is pretty interesting. Different from TI that use the 'movie' main plot or TUE's extended fan lore, RP's using a secondary side arc that happens near/alongside the main plot of the 'movies'. It's a stretch, but just right. With overall good plot progression you can't wait to read the next chapter.

Then comes the problem:

RP's world have very unbalanced progression.

... more>>

MC forced to fight 2v1 against a 2-3 wolrds veteran tank+healer combo in his first proper movie 'wold'. With only 1 white grade weapon, 1 skill accessory and a toggle mana burn skill, and somehow he can manage to out-damage the tank+healer even after the tank goes berserk, have 10+ atribute gap and a sniper comes and make it 3v1 fight. And that's his first hunter vs hunter fight, and he just somehow wipe the floor on it.


Broken and bullsh*t item drop.


In his tutorial mission, MC managed to obtain a "Legendary" weapon that FOR SOME REASON happen to be a low grade (white) and have a plot progression upgrade. And if you don't know what I mean, MC OBTAIN A LEGENDARY EVOLUTIONABLE GEAR AT FIRST TRY. The author might as well write tr*shy isekai


Random ass plot armor.


So MC got this super secret super broken skill after his first tutorial happen to get a flying colors, because he defeat legendary class beast, while that is the ONLY WAY to progress the main quests. Thats like the world wants him to be the superman all along.


Shitty skill progression.


So MC happen to get a race transformation scroll and a race unique skill scroll from the world's ULTIMATE BOSS that he trade for a normal rare grade passive skill. The characters actively suggest that passive skill is the best broken thing in the world that nobody else can have ever have. Thrn what the authir do?, let's max the skill level in the next chapter for 15K coins and 50 minutes, literally less than an hour. HOW PROGRESSIVE




From the start we know that MC is an avanger, edgy and shit. Sometimes he's a bloodthirsty beast wanting to cull heads. Sometimes he become a grumpy sullen old veteran that kills only to make quick bucks only to buy cigaretts. And another times he become a greedy piece of sh*t that can be bought with money. And the other time he became a calm and soo intellegent he can master sword stance in days. And he's a berserker too sometimes. Oh yea, he's an oggling pervert too. And there's no explaination why, he just happen to be everything.


And the quests.


So the MC got a hunting quest to jill a certain rogue contestant, and he had a kind of tracking privilage in a certain distance. If MC fail he dies. So he MC decided to do a genocide, I because for some reason he needs to cull the contestant numbers for the main quests. And for some reason the main hunting quest hot completed, how? Because his prey failed his quests. What quests? Nobody knows. We never even meet the prey, he just says some evil shit, and just dead in a second.

And then there's this side plot where every other contestant make a alliance in a faction to defeat MC, what happen to them? They got culled without ressistance, they just died and the rest pays money for their live.

So the conclusion is in this novel if it's not the MC, they just die ln the side of a road


Overall it's not a bad read, not great too nonetheless. I don't like how a loser MC in TI is, but even that have better story progression than this. Even if its only downhill, and only to the abyss.

2/5 <<less
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AShinyDecapod rated it
January 12, 2019
Status: c74
its really good, sorta terror infinity.

good translation

nice grammar

ok story line might be because im a sucker for this.

... more>>

MC is more of a anti hero and yes he kills. He visits different worlds, first world is one piece but just a glimpse of it, next is tokyo ghoul. His more of a swordsman with an anti mage build. He trained witg a sword for 3 years to get his revenge, but died then he got reincarnated, then you have to read the rest. The translation is pretty good. Not the best but good.

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KaPi rated it
March 19, 2020
Status: c1278


Don't look at the fact that our MC is a cold blooded person who doesn't give a sh*t even if there's a beautiful woman begging for him to spare her life. I love that kind of stuff. Twisted, right?

But in the 'reincarnation paradise', it's survival of the fittest and everyone's just doing what they can to survive. If others don't provoke him, he wouldn't do anything to them. Simple as that. That is, unless the 'reincarnation paradise' issues a task that asks him to... more>> kill someone, ect. Even so, he completes them for the sake of survival and getting stronger to get revenge on those who've wronged him back then.

If you're an otaku (like me), then you'll absolutely love this!

He starts off weak, yet sometimes he is OP. I love how the author shows him in both difficult situations and situations where he's basically a OP character who causes the spectator's jaws to drop. The fights are very realistic and everything can be summed up in a single word:


Then again, if had to name a complaint, then it'd be the fact that the translation quality is really, really bad. Words like "guy" were written as "gay" and I once saw the name of some sort of battle move misspelt to the point I didn't even know what it was until some time later and go like "Ohhh wait, don't tell me that that was..." <<less
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September 16, 2019
Status: c185
A novel similar to terror infinity but with a twist.

The twist - MC is a protagonist slayer, he kill MC and main characters from other anime, manga, and novel for points so this may leave a bad aftertaste for some people... but if you're fine with that... then it's a very addicting novel.
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Aoto rated it
September 7, 2019
Status: c2356
Cold prota who constantly fights and schemes to get stronger, the author did a great job at describing battles and the like and also manages to add an appropriate amount humor into the story. Characters are more or less always one dimensional, so there is only little character development, but it more or less gets compensated by the diversity in characters. Fights are most of the time well written and often use logic in them as well, so it isn't just brainless clashing like in other novels. The MC has... more>> his 4-5 core abilities and that's it. The author tries to develop them and use them smartly instead of blindly adding flashy abilities like literally every other novel on this site, which shows that he knows the difference between novels and manga/anime (most don't, just look at the one of the one star reviews). Sadly there are some inconsistency errors otherwise I would rate this novel higher (would rate it 4, but to raise it's ranking I give it 5 stars), first of all with the attribute points and sometimes he forgets some of the rules or abilities he creates, which sometimes be a little frustrating, he often corrects these mistakes later, but still.. <<less
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danglinhson rated it
August 31, 2019
Status: c2312
I meant to put a 4.5, but instead it jumped to 5 stars.

The writer of this novel is 那一只蚊子, the one who also wrote 海贼王之剑豪之心, a story about a ruthless battle-maniac who reincarnated into the world of One Piece and grew so much to become one who can slash worlds and realms into pieces, so strong that he can travel through realms on his own (there was a short paragraph mentioning he noticed the MC of this story came and left his realm (One Piece).

The writer is good at describing... more>> battles (5 stars), scenery (3 stars), grandiose scenes (4 stars), but are kind of weak at describing characters (2.5-3 stars) and how the characters interact (1.5 stars), though he can come up with good schemes and tricky situations.

Same as his first work, the MC is also one who's good with a blade (yes, like a Katana, or should I say exactly a Katana). He is the ultimate blade user you can imagine exist, one with mind, body and technique (心 - 体 - 技) in harmony. In other words, he is well-developed in all aspects possible for a blade user and leave no weakness untouched. The writer throw in "mage slayer", "alchemist" and "follower" as an added bonus to widen the utility range, and we have an invincible swordsman.

If you're a fan of martial arts and quick wits during battle, or one who like to use sword saint class in D&D, you would love this novel. If you're into flashy ultimate moves like Kamehameha, Spirit Bomb, Rance Slash... to save the day, you'll hate this novel.

PS: After some trials and errors, the MC evolved and became one fearful schemer as well, and that is a nice (and rare) change to see. Most Chinese web novel don't show any change in the MC's personality and his way to do things from the beginning to the end, you know? <<less
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Queen of Sheba
Queen of Sheba rated it
July 2, 2019
Status: c294
Key points will be explored:

1. The protagonist can be described as the extreme end of anti-hero, selfish, and ruthless, yet not cruel. He will show no mercy regardless of gender, or age - be warned.

2. The background for 'transmigrating' is the Paradise system. It's a system which is feeding on source energy of fictional worlds in order to increase its power. Contracters. Hunters. Workers. Are... it's unknowing pets. Not spoiler, obvious early on.

3. The linguistics is absolutely terrible. It's like a child has wrote this, which is more possible than... more>> what one may realise. Also rather odd is how 'Japanese' the structure feels, but it's definitely not Japanese in content.

4. The story-telling is third-person, POV of others will only be for maximum 3 lines.

5. Chapters are extremely short.

6. The updating schedule is usually once a day. Would recommend stockpiling.

7. The novel is a cliche-breaker, incidents will occur for the sole purpose of defying cliches. This aspect can either be heavily adored, or disliked.

Personal thoughts: Would be even better if the translation used standard - at least formal - English instead of Pigeon English. Alas.

Edit: I've since given up on the novel. The translation quality is utterly terrible. I had hoped it would improve in time, but it has actually declined. If I were rate the novel now, it would be 2 stars at best - what good is a great novel if the translation is practically unreadable? <<less
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TrueHistoria rated it
May 19, 2019
Status: c1000
So, I've decided to proceed through the rest of the story by continuing through the machine translated chapters (ComradeMao and LNMTL), after reading the translated ones by TranslatiOtaku, thereby killed my brain cells on the process.

Yet, I have no regrets, 'cuz what a ride it was! Even though I've been struggling to comprehend throughout the adventure, I've had my share of fun.

And now, I will jot down my review:

... more>> First of all, this novel is sick!

Reincarnation Paradise revolves around the adventures of Su Xiao. He is called upon by an unknown organization and finds himself in another world called "Reincarnation Paradise". His journey unravels as he must cross derivative worlds which are worlds of various popular Japanese animation series. The system of Reincarnation Paradise will give him various tasks he must complete as soon as he set foot upon each of this worlds. Accomplishments will earn him rewards depending on the rate of what he finished, and failures will result to a forced execution. Su Xiao must struggle in order to survive, yet as an assassin and one driven by revenge, this is rather an opportunity.

Setting: 9/10

In a modern world, there exist an "another world" and "derivative worlds" which consists of people called "Contractors". Contractors are hired by an unknown organization to set foot in another world and will be given various missions such as going into derivative worlds.

In this another world called "Reincarnation Paradise", Contractors will have access to such features unbelievable and nonexistent to their real world like the following examples:

Status Window:
Level = xx
Rank = xth

Strength = x
Agility = x
Vitality = x
Intelligence = x
Charm = x
Luck = x

Skill Window:
Skill 1: a
Skill 2: b
Skill 3: c

Equipment Window:

Weapon: s

Head: d
Arms: e
Body: f
Torso: g
Legs: h
Accessory: i

This is the Contractor's personal info' and it is rather very familiar, similar to a character's menu in most of Role-Playing Games. This will serve as their power and endurance to survive in derivative worlds. These statistics will change depending on how a Contractor can prevail.

In derivative worlds, these are the worlds which resemble the most of people's favourite Japanese animation series like One Piece, Tokyo Ghoul, Attack on Titan, and so. Upon entering, Contractors will engage and interact with plot characters (like teaming up with, fighting against, etc.) as per the Reincarnation Paradise's main objective, or on their own accord. In addition, they can acquire items and equipments which may help them amid their journey.

Upon completion of the mission given to them, Contractors will be able to leave the derivative world and returns to Reincarnation Paradise. Finally able to claim their rewards, the primary is the attribute points which will be necessary to strengthen their statistics. There is also a level increase which is not gained through killing monsters or characters and experience ppints. Additional rewards will be carried over should they encounter secondary objectives or hidden tasks or items while on the derivative world, such as consumables, equipments and Paradise Coins. There is also a currency system in Reincarnation Paradise on which each contractors can transact and trade with each other.

Contractors will be able to return to the real world after some time. There is a difference between a Contractor and a normal human, in which Contractors are able to carry their stat's in the real world, yet they cannot divulge anything related to the Reincarnation Paradise. Otherwise, again, forced execution.

After some time, Reincarnation Paradise will summon them again as soon as a new derivative world will begin.

Characters: 10/10

Su Xiao is the one this story chronicles around. As a child, his parents has been slaughtered by an unknown assailant. Ever since then, he was driven by revenge and became an assassin. Growing up with vengeance, getting closer to solve the mystery of the death of his parents, he was unfortunately courted by death in a rathet ungreatful situation. Yet, as soon as he opened his eyes, he realized that this is no death, but in another reality, and that will unfold his adventure.

To describe his characteristics in a simple manner and to avood disclosing any spoilers, the following enumeration of popular characters are as follows:

1. Issei Hyoudou (High School DXD)
2. Kirito (Sword Art Online)
3. Satou Kazuma (KonoSuba)
4. 007 (007 Series)
5. Kiyomi Araragi (Monogatari Series)

6. Goblin Slayer (Goblin Slayer)
7. 47 (Hitman Series)
8. Tatsuya Shiba (The Irregular At Magic High School)
9. Alucard (Hellsing Series)
10. Ayanokouji Kiyotaka (Classroom Of The Elite)

It is noticeable that the items 1-5 have huge disparity compare to items 6-10, yet, items 1-5 have very similarites to each other, so as 6-10 respectively. To put it specifically, people who prefer items 1-5 will have an unlikely fancy to this novel's MC. Otherwise, people who prefer items 6-10 will definitely like him.

A cold-blooded killer, one who uses disturbing methods to achieve his goals, and also a Master Manipulator. This is the kind of person Su Xiao is. The most interesting is that when most of derivative worlds' MCs who belong to the normal hero troupe and crybaby emo' type encounters the demon incarnate.

Art: 1/10

It would be nice if there is some graphics of each volumes. *LOL.*

Plot: 9/10

To keep it short and without spoilers, the plot centers around Su Xiao's adventures and struggles as he will cross derivative worlds. His actions will impact the original work's timeline, thereby changing it and then proceeding into a different branch which he and other contractors will be involved. Yet, because of Su Xiao's traits, there won't be a painless and smooth route involved, so there will be little to no character dev't.

While lacking in the chessy character dev't dep't, the fights and skirmishes are fantastic. Every battles of Su Xiao are so amazingly detailed. Every moves are calculated neatly, unlike those flashy and forced "Ora! Ora!" which just to unreasonably make a spoiled dimwitted perverted MC looks kool and make the moon blush like a tomato.


Final Rating: 10/10

P.S.: I hope the author will publish an english version of this, fully cleaned and organized, unlike the current translation now which is like a poorly edited machine translated. This is the only Chinese novel I read.

Someone said to me that this is the current numero uno fanfaction across China and I am really jealous of Chinese people, for they are enjoying a material like this to its fullest. <<less
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gsaeyx rated it
May 27, 2020
Status: c3074
It’s been a long time since I found a book so good I read all of it.

And I mean all 3000 chapters of it in Chinese.

At first, the concept seemed okay at most, and I dropped it during the Tokyo Ghoul arc.

And then, 2 months later, I decided to come back, to read the book in Chinese, and the next few arcs are also pretty okay.

What really changed my mind was these things.

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First, the Akame ga Kill arc made me happy because it’s a breath of fresh air, but what got me sold was when the other Paradise attacked. After all these anime type words are finished, the author replaced the worlds with his own OC’s, which is better than what you’d expect. There’s some hit or miss there, but in the end, I love it.

I hate wimpy “justice” shounen MC’s, and this one is a breath of fresh air. He don’t have much personality, more cold blooded than anything, but that works surprisingly well.

The people who are saying he’s not op, needs to wait for his power spike, where all the world building adds up and it actually makes a lot of sense later on, as the entire world, the existance of the Paradise, and more are all explained, deeply. The author has insane world building skills, and his inteperation of “The Void” (basically the entire universe, parallel universes aren’t a thing) is amazing.

When I first read this, I have MANY complaints, including most being mentioned in the reviews above. But all of them serves a purpose that differentiates this book from the others. The outcome is more than quite amazing, it’s bonkers.


However, the first 300 or so chaps aren’t that good, so if you’re wanting to read this, either read it in Chinese and skim through these, or just wait until most are translated.

If you hate this book because of the Universe Invasion genre, you’d love it later on. People who’re complaining that a bunch of useless people go in the world together, well, again, it works really well, like really really well.

The author, props to you, you have made an anime worthy book excluding the first half for copyright reasons, and you have made everything makes sense, including one of my big complaint in isekais which is “Why the f*ck are they transported? How does this work? Who’s god?” This novel explains all of these. 10/10 must read for me. <<less
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Kamikazuchi420 rated it
April 28, 2020
Status: c283
This novel is a good one also, don't judge the whole novel from the first few chapters, yes the MC is pretty weak in the beginning, that's what makes it thrilling when it comes to battles, he doesn't just point a finger and POOF a dude's decimated, he's not OP in the beginning, we don't want a no-good arrogant lil f*ck in the beginning, just read it n you'll see
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Shadowminion rated it
October 22, 2019
Status: c202
I will say that if you like stories where you travel into anime and fight for benefits like infinity armament (but anime instead of movie worlds), then this is definitely a good read... except for the translation quality. Uhm. I'd suggest you read the raw if you can instead.

Also, this is considerably more disruptive than the other stories I've read, because the MC actively goes out his way to kill the anime MCs. Here, the greater the distortion of the storyline, the better the benefits. :S Destroying the entire worldline... more>> will cause the world to destabilize and get reset, which is apparently a fantastic result. Dunno if the author hates anime or something... <<less
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Overclock rated it
September 16, 2019
Status: c130
I like Infinity Genre stuff and seeing the great reviews and that it's the top fan fiction I gave it a try. Didn't like it much. Why I am giving it 4 stars is simply because rather than the story being especially bad it's really just my opinion on the anime worlds are very different, and opinion of the MC are very low and outright dislike him. Also don't care for the system or the whole Data Body thing, although it's a bit more casual than The Ultimate Evolution or... more>> Infinity Armament.

It may be a good read, but it just wasn't for me. I guess I like novels closer to Terror Infinity than to The Ultimate Evolution and such novels. <<less
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SomePeople_5674 rated it
July 6, 2020
Status: c2560
Very good, the MC's power up is not rushed and the fight scene is cool. (The scheme and World building is Very cool)
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M.A.T.R. rated it
June 6, 2020
Status: c291
Oh yeah, I love the type of novels that deal with world travel and have systems that force them to do random tasks. It gives tons of variety and the story always takes interesting twists and turns, I really love these types of stories.

Summary - MC dead, system revive, guy wants revenge (not a main point at all either, barely gets mentioned), the system has an entire place for the system users and there are different types of system users, MC goes to random anime worlds for tasks, seems like... more>> the system gets more varied later on and goes past the anime worlds, yatta yatta yatta, just read it.

Characters - I would give these guys a 4 stars and the MC and 4.5 stars, it does pretty well on characters, but at the same time it doesn't.

Translation - It switches on and off sometimes, it is mostly pretty decent, but the times where the story is incomprehensible are annoying. 3/5 stars

Site - Not bad, could be worse. 2.5/5 stars

Story - The author did very well, they don't just go off of existing stuff and stick to the main plot, the author actually creates entirely new things that amaze you! 4.5/5 stars

Setting - 5/5 stars, The main parts are the derivative worlds which the system users go and do tasks in, the resting area of the contractors/workers/hunter which is named Reincarnation Paradise, I think, the system is named Reincarnation Paradise, so it is very confusing to pin point the name of the resting area. You also got the real world which is Earth (there might be other real worlds, I don't really know), that sums it up.

Conclusion - Good, very good, this story is one of my favorites reads, in my top 7 at least. <<less
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January 18, 2020
Status: c1772
Latest chapter is a World with ghosts. It was a fun world. You realize that villains are sometimes simple. Also this is the first World that the plot characters want to avenge MC's "death".

I also agree with other reviews. It really pains me when he destroys the plot, kills the anime MCs, etc.

It is also kind of weird how it mixes fantasy world + anime world (another fantasy world). I dunno how the author does that.

I also wish he also enters other genre like cooking world but I guess it's... more>> impossible.

Overall I don't dare to rate this. It has its pros and cons and I'm just here to enjoy the vast world and the spin-offs that resulted from MC and other contractors' interference with the plot. <<less
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Kyanpufa rated it
May 19, 2019
Status: c136
This is kind a nice novel. It has some positive points and negative too. Still I like this kind of novel. And @Putrangos I disagree with your quest spoiler.



MC got in to CCG so balancing mechanism works so all other guys who have same main mission of MC forced to Ghoul party. And hunting target got ghoul sided main mission part 3 which is I concur kill CCG contester. MC finished his mission so all other ghoul faction contesters died cause they failed their mission. Sorry for bad grammar.

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